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    Default tool to measure cpu performance

    hey guys,
    anybody knows any tool to measure cpu performance on opensuse box,
    graphically would be great.


    thanks,

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    'top' of course.

    gnome-system-monitor

    Probably something for KDE too, but not sure what.

    Good luck.






    On 12/22/2010 12:36 PM, suseTOMA wrote:
    >
    > hey guys,
    > anybody knows any tool to measure cpu performance on opensuse box,
    > graphically would be great.
    >
    >
    > thanks,
    >
    >

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    On Thu, 23 Dec 2010 01:12:44 +0530, ab@novell.com <ab@novell.com> wrote:

    > 'top' of course.
    > gnome-system-monitor
    > Probably something for KDE too, but not sure what.


    there's also 'htop', which i find a little easier on the eye; otherwise i
    don't know if there's any difference.

    in KDE4 there's ksysguard. if called via the keyboard shortcut
    <ctrl>+<esc> it shows only the running processes, with some options what
    to show and how to sort everything. if called via 'ksysguard', either from
    CLI or an icon somewhere, there's an additional graphic display of CPU
    activity, memory, and network traffic. other meterss can be configured
    and/or downloaded (didn't try that in a long time).

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    Default Re: tool to measure cpu performance

    phanisvara wrote:

    > On Thu, 23 Dec 2010 01:12:44 +0530, ab@novell.com <ab@novell.com> wrote:
    >
    >> 'top' of course.
    >> gnome-system-monitor
    >> Probably something for KDE too, but not sure what.

    >
    > there's also 'htop', which i find a little easier on the eye; otherwise i
    > don't know if there's any difference.
    >
    > in KDE4 there's ksysguard. if called via the keyboard shortcut
    > <ctrl>+<esc> it shows only the running processes, with some options what
    > to show and how to sort everything. if called via 'ksysguard', either from
    > CLI or an icon somewhere, there's an additional graphic display of CPU
    > activity, memory, and network traffic. other meterss can be configured
    > and/or downloaded (didn't try that in a long time).


    Since I refer to it frequently, I just added the ksysguard widget to the
    toolbar. Gives you a default setup with the page for running processes one
    for some graphic display of elementary memory, CPU and network. Really
    sinple to configure a custom page - I put temps and additional CPU
    performance/clock displays on it to see the most common set of info I want
    to see.

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    Will Honea

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    Default Re: tool to measure cpu performance

    If you are using KDE4, then right click on the desktop and select "add widgets". Then type "monitor" in the search box. There are several there. If you are using Gnome, I can't help with that one.
    Klaatu Barada Nikto

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    GKrellM is my favourite.

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